How The Undertaker Really Feels About WWE Saluting Sting’s Retirement

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Sting is retired after his last match in AEW at Revolution and The Undertaker has shared his thoughts on WWE acknowledging the occasion.

Sting finished his career in spectacular fashion as he teamed with Darby Allin one last time to successfully defend their AEW Tag Team Championship against The Young Bucks in front of over 16,000 fans in Greensboro, North Carolina.

As a result, Sting’s three-year run as a member of the AEW roster came to an end with The Icon remaining undefeated before he chose to call time on his career.

While WWE has historically ignored things outside of its own universe, during the opening match on Raw between Gunther and Dominik Mysterio, Michael Cole paid tribute to Sting and acknowledged the end of the WWE Hall of Famer’s career:

I wanna send our congratulations out to another great champion. After nearly 40 years, the great Sting has retired from professional wrestling. Thanks for the memories. Congratulations to Sting.

The Undertaker Pleased WWE Acknowledged Sting

Speaking on his Six Feet Under podcast, The Undertaker gave his thoughts on WWE mentioning Sting and why it was the right thing to do. Although, The Phenom couldn’t help but get a dig in at Tony Khan’s company:

Well, there are certain people in the industry. I mean, yeah, we’re in competition with a different company. I get it. But Sting’s legacy is so much bigger than AEW or any of that. I mean, he deserved that. I’m happy that as a company that they acknowledged it, because it’s only right.

The Undertaker also revealed why he never had a match with Sting in WWE with both men only in the company for a short amount of time together towards the ends of their respective legendary careers.